South Carolina woman says crawfish were ‘crawling all over the yard’ after Tropical Storm Michael

Tropical Storm Michael left a South Carolina woman with a very unusual infestation Thursday.

Peggy Breeland, who lives in a home on Lake Murray near Columbia, told The State more than three dozen crawfish were "crawling all over" her yard after the storm swept through the region.

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“I was amazed,” she said, noting her husband was the first to spot the crawfish that morning while taking the couple’s dog on a walk. “Oh my gosh, they were everywhere. They were in the side yard, the front yard, the backyard. I was totally shocked.”

Breeland took to Facebook to share photos and a video of the crustaceans.

“Attack of the crawfish on Lake Murray! Crazy!” she captioned the video.

Eventually, Breeland said the crawfish “marched” themselves back into nearby Lake Murray, though a few attempted to make a home in the garage before they were removed.

“We joked about cooking them. I’m a big seafood eater, but I never took to the taste of crawfish,” Breeland said. “After the next storm we have, maybe we’ll give it a try. But they’re not hurting us, so we’re trying to leave them be.”

"I was totally shocked."

— Preggy Breeland, referring to the crawfish in her yard 

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It’s not unusual for some animals to be displaced during a tropical storm or hurricane, such as snakes and fire ants.

Peggy Breeland was not immediately available for additional comment when Fox News contacted her Friday.